Galerie F will be releasing a handful of new art prints to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Nirvana’s first studio album Bleach released through Sub Pop. Shown below are images from Cristiano Suarez, Steven Holliday, and German designer Lars Krause. More on the release day! On sale Monday, June 23rd at 2pm Central (12pm PDT) HERE.
Chris Ritter has a new print available titled, “What You Don’t Realize” via BLDG. This quote is a lyric during the spoken word section of the Nirvana tune, “I Hate Myself and I Want to “Die” which orginally came from a SNL snit by Jack Handy. This song is actually one of my favorite Nirvana tunes.
It is an 18″ x 24″ Screenprint with a cool GID layer, available in 3 colorways (Black, Gold, Green) each editions of 4, and cost $40 each. On sale now HERE.
Hard to believe that it’s already been 20 years since the release of Nirvana’s Nevermind. This album, as well as their followup album, In Utero, stand as timeless rock masterpieces; jagged edges encased in lucite. And its influence is still seen in modern bands all over the radio, or in your teenage kids mp3 player. Amazing yea?
Marq Spusta created “In the Sun” for Seattle’s EMP Exhibit, and is now selling artist editions online. It is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, edition of 100 on green paper. A few lucky customers will receive a rare variant with their order. Cost $50. On sale now HERE.